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Job ads dip in November
Job ads dip in November

Total job advertising has taken an end-of-year dip, falling 0.1 per cent in November after seasonal adjustments, following…

Gift to help with the right attitude

Motivating young people can be difficult, but a group of presenters have taken up the challenge with gusto and are doing…

KiwiSaver: Tax number key to getting Oz super here

I've read a few articles about bringing Australian super across to KiwiSaver. I worked in Sydney for a year back in 2000…

Hospital food workers walk off the job

Unionised food workers have gone on strike today at Auckland City Hospital in protest against a contracting-out decision…

Fish and chip shop worker paid out for unjustified dismissal
Fish and chip shop worker paid out for unjustified dismissal

A teenage girl has been awarded more than $3000 after she was found to be unjustifiably dismissed from her job at a fish…

Truckie who drove with unrestrained baby unjustifiably dismissed
Truckie who drove with unrestrained baby unjustifiably dismissed

A truck driver who was reportedly spotted driving with his 3-month-old baby unrestrained in his cab was unjustifiably dismissed…

$3m bill for 100 meatworks job cuts
$3m bill for 100 meatworks job cuts

Silver Fern Farms faces a bill of up to $3 million after it was ruled it made more than 100 Dunedin seasonal meat workers…

Factory sector keeps growing
Factory sector keeps growing

New Zealand manufacturing activity eased from a 15-month high in November, while remaining in expansion for the 26th consecutive…

Employment

Consumer confidence bounces back
Consumer confidence bounces back

Consumers are feeling more cheerful going into the peak Christmas trading period, the ANZ-Roy Morgan…

Top public servants get pay packet rises

Embattled public service supremo Iain Rennie enjoyed a $50,000 salary bump last year, but it was eclipsed by several other…

Editorial: Competition way to reduce inequality

The OECD, often described as a club of rich countries, has produced a report supporting a view that a widening gap between…

Politicians squabble over inequality

John Key drew criticism over an OECD report which estimated that growth in income inequality over 20 years has knocked 10…

Patient left alone for sausage rolls
Patient left alone for sausage rolls

An osteopath who left electric acupuncture needles in a patient's backside while he went to a cafe for…

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Management

Robyn Pearce: The magic of chunking - How to break the job into bite-size pieces Robyn Pearce: The magic of chunking - How to break the job into bite-size pieces

Have you ever looked at a task, shaken your head and…

MediaWorks parts with more executives MediaWorks parts with more executives

MediaWorks is parting ways with two more senior executives…

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